Goshono ruins

On July 27, 2021, the "Jomon Ruins in Hokkaido and Northern Tohoku", including the Goshono Ruins, was decided to be registered as a World Heritage Site at the 44th World Heritage Committee meeting (held online).

The remains of a large village from the middle of the Jomon period, a nationally designated Goshono Heritage site.
Inside the park, features such as pit dwellings and stone circles have been restored.
At the museum, you can learn about the Jomon period, the Goshono ruins, and the culture of this area.
The wooden pedestrian bridge that connects the ruins to the parking lot, ``Kikiki no Tsurihashi,'' is also worth a visit.

2 Goshono, Iwate, Ichinohe-cho, Ninohe-gun, Iwate 028-5316
Business Hours
*Admission is until 16:30
Every Monday, the day after a holiday, year-end and New Year holidays
Admission to the park is free
◎Museum exhibition room
300 yen for adults, 200 yen for university students, free for elementary, junior high and high school students (18 and under)
*Groups of 20 or more people receive a 50 yen discount per person.
Phone number: 0195-32-2652
FAX number: 0195-32-2992
Located on the 1st floor of the Multipurpose Toilet Museum

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